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Once you arrive, indulge in one of the lesser-known Roman pastimes: gaming. Caesars Palace has 2 casinos, offering 129,000 square feet for your winning ways. An 8,500-square-foot Poker Room lets you live out your biggest celebrity poker dreams, or you can don your white-tie finery and pretend to be James Bond at the baccarat table.
Hit the jackpot? Your next stop is to score tickets for the Colosseum at Caesars Palace. The 4,300-seat theater hosts more big names than your TV, including regular gigs by the likes of Celine Dion and Jerry Seinfeld. Afterward, take your pick of nightclubs and bars--you can dance the night away to live DJs or rock out on the floating Cleopatra's Lounge.
A stay at Caesars Palace isn't complete without exploring some of the hotel's renowned shopping. At The Forum Shops, you can peruse a runway's worth of brands, including Dolce & Gabbana, Dior, and Gucci. Dining at Caesars Palace includes its own share of illustrious names: Wolfgang Puck, Gordon Ramsay, and Guy Savoy all have outposts here. With more than 2 dozen restaurants and cafés, you can dine formally or casually, early or late--or even stay in with 24-hour room service.
The Romans would recognize the columns and classical statues that adorn the 4.5-acre Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis, but certain touches--swim-up blackjack, anyone?--are thoroughly modern. Swim in the 5 pools, lounge in the 2 large spa tubs, and relax in the daybeds and fully loaded cabanas (surcharge). When the sun gets to be too much, make an appointment at Qua Baths & Spa, where you can soak in mineral baths or experience snow in the Arctic Ice Room.
Ready to drift into dreamland? Guestrooms feature pillow-top beds dressed with premium linens. 55-inch high definition TVs will keep you entertained, and you can decide what tomorrow will bring with high-speed Internet access (included in resort fee). Marble bathrooms include designer bath amenities.
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
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At Qua Baths & Spa, you can experience desert heat, falling snow, waterfalls, and mineral pools, all within a single afternoon. Start in the traditional Roman baths with a dip in the warm, mineral-enriched Tepidarium before alternating between the hot Caldarium and the cold plunge of the Frigidarium. Sit beneath the domed ceiling of the 55-degree Arctic Ice Room, and a heated bench will keep you toasty as snow descends around you. Lounge in the men's or women's Tea Rooms, where the tea sommelier will create a blend to match your selected treatment.
And what treatments there are to choose from! Qua's offerings range from relaxing massage and skin-balancing facials to chakra balancing, dream interpretation, and yoga and water Qi Gong classes. The 51 treatment rooms suit almost any need you can dream of, including the Crystal Body Art Room, where you emerge sparkling with Swarovski crystals.
A Green / Sustainable Property - Second Party Certified
This property participates in Travellife Gold, a second-party certification program. Second-party certification measures the property's impact on one or more of the following: environment, community, cultural-heritage, the local economy. An assessment of a company's sustainable tourism practices has been performed at this property by an assessor or auditor that is not independent of the second-party certification program.
The 4,300-seat Colosseum at Caesars Palace hosts some of the world's best-known musicians and entertainers. Celine Dion and Jerry Seinfeld have ongoing engagements here, and a powerhouse list of visiting acts includes comedians and internationally known performers. Absinthe, a nouveau circus blending burlesque and vaudeville, is held in the outdoor Spiegeltent, a century-old wooden circus tent decorated with stained glass and velvet.
Like a proper Roman palace, Caesars Palace hosts theater and opulent performances throughout. In the Shadow Bar, juggling bartenders ply their trade in front of topless dancers, performing in silhouette. Step onto Cleopatra's Lounge, the hotel's floating bar, and enjoy nightly live music. PURE hosts live DJs.
Schedules and availability are subject to change without notice; for more information on current shows, contact the hotel at the number listed on the reservation confirmation received after booking via this web site.
Caesars Palace transports you to a bigger, better version of palatial Roman leisure, and nowhere is this more evident than its sprawling, 4.5-acre Garden of the Gods pool area. Grab a towel and explore the 5 pools, 2 large spa tubs, and a meandering space full of palm trees, cypresses, marble columns, and classical statues. Swim under a gilded statue of Caesar at the 10,000-square-foot Palace Pool, recline in a daybed by the Neptune Pool, or soak up the sun at the Apollo Pool. You can play swim-up blackjack at the Fortuna Pool, or, for a surcharge, visit the independently operated Venus Pool, which includes a screened-in area for topless sunbathing.
More than 40 cabanas (surcharge) surround the pools. Reserve one, and you too can relax in the shade with a ceiling fan, flat-panel TV with DVD player, cozy furniture, and included wireless Internet access.
Looking for something a little more active? A fitness center, part of Qua Baths & Spa (surcharge for access), offers Technogym equipment in a space flooded with light by bay windows. The fitness concierge can help find the best routine for you.
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Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
Glittering, larger-than-life gambling palaces dominate Las Vegas Boulevard South, better known as The Strip. Here, hotels are destinations unto themselves. Within a three-mile stretch, visitors can see the New York City skyline, the Eiffel Tower, an Egyptian pyramid, imperial Rome, a dancing fountain, and an exploding volcano. A monorail links several hotels and the Las Vegas Convention Center.see all hotels in Las Vegas
Amazing hotel in very central location. Shopping mall impressiveGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"good show venue"
Overall very good except very noisy air conditioning that would not turn off hence bad nights sleep. Venue for show excellent .Genuine Hotels.com guest review
Top hotel , and one if the best casinos when compared to the rest. Great location, simple check in/out RecommendedGenuine Hotels.com guest review
What an amazing hotel, absolutely stunning ,we did the $20 in the passport on check in known as "the sandwich " and had an amazing upgrade! Hotel is stunning! Hotel is Central strip it felt safer in this area and were hassled less than near MGM side of strip where street sellers try and sell and are annoying , the hotel dealt with any problems we had […] like wrong information on which outlet had Abercrombie paid for a taxi and it wasn't at the outlet so had a $40 credit and pool was closed so resort fee refunded for that day, would say oct is chilly in the morning and evenings and the sun Wont hit the main pool until 2pm, breakfast is amazing although found our server quite rude , Vegas was fabulous and Caesars was what made my trip really special , I would class the hotel as 5 star but if we had cheaper rooms may find it a bit less but our upgrade gave us a jucuzzi with sofa area and really is a hotel I would recommend we paid £240 for 3 nights and found our room upgrade was online at $1400 for 3 nights , we spent our first night at the palms which had no atmosphere ,rude staff and was a horrible hotel to start our vacation , the Caesars palace was just amazing and wished we had spent our first night there. Very clean and comfortable, would say go through to the forum shops to cheesecake factory $14 for a massive dinner compared to Gordon ramsays in ceasars palace $25-$28 meals better value in the forum shop area . Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Great location, excellent service"
The hotel was exceptional, everything you need under one roof and then some. Close to all the action with access to fabulous shows and all the sites and sounds of Vegas. Staff are friendly and nothing is too much trouble.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Pick your tower"
Usual comforts of Vegas. An 'early' check-in fee at 3pm was a surprise. Also room was very comfy but cabinet was a little chipped, not what I expect. I felt the Augustus Tower (rather than the Forum Tower where I was) would have been the best choice for location (near spa and pool), but it wasn't easy to make an informed decision from the hotel's i […] nformation. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Unimpressed , overprice , terrible service"
We unfortunately had a bad experience with the Caesars palace. Firstly we think the casinos are better in the surrounding hotels (Paris, Venetian ) We upgraded on arrival , which was strongly advised by the staff member because apparently the standard rooms are out dated and not as nice. So we agreed to pay an extra $84 a night which was in the palace […] tower . Our room at first seem nice and big but on closer inspected the bathroom door frames were rotten , the wallpaper in the corner was coming away because of damp. The carpet had stains , there was a piece of plastic and a used tooth pick on the floor ! Instantly we phone reception about this . Staff were obstructive and arrogant . So we had to go down to the reception. Eventually they agreed to move us but would have to be the following day . I could go on ......... To be honest I wanted to move hotels but they refused to refund us. From location , reviews and pictures I would pick either the Venetian , Paris or Best Western. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Beautiful stay, pity I was refused breakfast"
The hotel is excellent, pity for the poor service. After waiting for twenty minutes in the queue, I was REFUSED breakfast (note it's included in the price) only because I had my room key but not my ID on me. Said that, the woman at the till was extremely rude. on the same day we book a table at the Italian restaurant on the groundfloor. We waited 45MINUTES […] for our food, it never arrived and we left (almost in tears). Overall the Caesars is splendid but go elsewhere for food, the customers service is incredibly poor. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Dated hotel, good location, poor customer service"
We booked into the Roman Tower of the hotel. We arrived at 10pm due to a late flight. We were then greeted by 45 minutes of queuing to get the check in desk. We asked the manager why it was taking so long, but he didn't know. He couldn't not get more agents to help with the check in either. Once we get to the check in desk, there was another 15 mins […] wait to get a room. The lady working at the reception had to call housekeeping to check which rooms were cleaned and available. First impression hasn't been great. Eventually when we got to the room, it was very spacious, and it had a good view of the strip. However the decor, I felt, needed a little touching up as paint on the floor was flaking, wall paper started to peel off etc. Other than this, casino itself was great. Location was good due to its central location on the strip. Pool area also looked nice, but I didnt get a chance to use it. Overall, except for for poor customer service at check in, hotel facilities were good. You can get more with your money elsewhere in Vegas, somewhere that values you as a customer. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"A few days in Las Vegas"
Hotel room was really out-dated and fittings were falling off. Corridors had old worn out wallpaper. Breakfast is included but can only go to a cafe style shop which has long queues and you get a budget of $9/person. They also charge a resort fee to use the wi-fi, the 'complimentary' breakfast and hotel facilities. This is charged at $28 per night. […] I would not recommend this hotel and there are much nicer hotels on the strip that wont rip you off as much as Caesars. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Nice hotel. Would recommend."
At check in, we were given a complimentary upgrade which was greatly appreciated. Room was spacious with a view of the pools. Bathroom was massive with an impressive bath. Loads of shops are in the resort and the pool area was very nice and well kept. Staff were brilliant and very helpful. The hotel is in the middle of the strip so you're not to far […] from the fountains at the Bellagio or Paris. The negatives: In-room wifi - this didn't work so I went and stood outside the Apple shop (in the Forum Shops) to connect to their wifi. Normally, this wouldn't bother me but when you're being charged a $28 per day resort fee, its not really acceptable. Coffee - As many have pointed out on here, you are charged $12 for coffee in your room which you have to make yourself. The only other thing that annoyed me was on my last night there. Lying in bed at 3:30am and an alarm starts going off in my room with a pre recorded message. Rang front desk who advised that the engineers were aware and were working on the problem. Fair enough, these things happen but an apology would have been appreciated. Overall, I would stay here again but only if I get wifi in my room :-) Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Great hotel the best I've ever stayed in!"
We had a brilliant experience, as soon as we arrived we for upgraded to a $400 a night room for free in the octavius tower. The hotel staff couldn't do enough for you so helpful! The looks were amazing there was about 7/8 pools plus a hot tub with plenty of sunloungers and shade if needed. The food was amazing with plenty of variety! We've stayed at […] 5 Vegas hotel this will be the only one we return to! Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"VERY busy - but you can say you've stayed here!"
The room was comfortable, but no tea/coffee/fridge facilities. The 'free' breakfast was misleading - it was a credit (low) for a family of four which nowhere near covered a 'breakfast'. The hotel has a good gym. The pool is far too busy to enjoy on a weekednd, but on a weekday was fantastic and a welcome relief from the vegas heat. Location is great. […] The hotel was extremely busy. You only get one PC that can be linked to the wifi which in most families is restricitive - additional access is expensive. Do read the negative reviews as all points are well made - yet if you know this beforehand then you will not be taken by surprise and will not be disappointed. Plenty of bars and restaraunts but very expensive and many will not allow children/older teenagers - all out of our budget. A good hotel to use as a base and the it is an amazing place, decor etc - the main thing is you can say that you have stayed at Caeser's Palace Las Vegas!!! Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Cesars palace simply amazing"
Beautiful hotel with an amazing pool and located at the centre of the strip!Genuine Expedia guest review
"Fabulous hotel in the centre of the strip!"
1st time in Vegas and had a great time at Caesars palace,stayed in the Augustus suite,room was massive,shower was the most powerful I've ever been in and thanks to Christian on front desk had a great view of the Bellagio fountains. Here's a bit of advice, a tip to the front desk is the difference between getting a great view and getting a nice view,although […] the nice view is of the pool which believe me is a sight to behold in itself,but if your only in Vegas once the Bellagio fountains is the view to have. Nothing better than sitting at your floor to ceiling window at night and looking at that view! If your in Augustus or Octavious suite you get complimentary tea or coffee at the Augustus reception 6to9am sharp which is nice because you get charged for everything at ceasars and Vegas as a whole! If you stay in the Augustus tower make sure you get dropped off there(opposite Bellagio side entrance) as you will miss the que's at check in at the main lobby. Cheap place to eat is cypress street food court at the end of all the slots near to the colosseum good food at fast food prices all the others charge a fortune for half the food but no better quality,walked around nearly all the quality hotels and ceasars hold its own with all of them and the shopping mall at the forum at ceasars is the most impressive. Would stay here again with no hesitation and would highly recommend just don't take the cheaper rooms and you won't be disappointed. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
Our room didn't get cleaned for three days despite calling and asking for it to be doneGenuine Hotels.com guest review
This was the last leg of our holiday in America and it didn't disappoint. Travelling with 3 children it was the 1st hotel that could accommodate connecting rooms, both of which were superb. It was perfectly located on the strip, and despite the 24hr Vegas lifestyle we didn't experience any noise or inconvenience at all; the 'Forum Mall' was brilliant […] for food and shopping, and the pool area defies description. Staff could not have been more helpful. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Nobu is fantastic"
My boyfriend and I had a wonderful stay at the Nobu Hotel within Caesars Palace. The bed was very comfortable, ambiance spot on and the quality of the room excellent. Check in and out were very smooth and easy, although an 11am check out is a bit early!! Would highly recommend this part of the Palace.ALL staff were exceptionally helpful and knowled […] geable. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Brillant hotel staff and location.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
On the pools we heard more than one music. One from the left side, one from the other side. Maybe it was also from another hotel? That was kind of annoying. But in general we had a lot of fun - awesome hotel !! Recommendable for everyone who wants to visit Las Vegas and stay in a huge hotel!Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Fun in Vegas!!"
Great! Lots of extra charges though. No free wifi anywhere in hotel. Additional $28 per day resort fee too. Great location, and the hotel is absolutely huge!! Loads of restaurants and shops inside. Complementary breakfast deal is only $9 each, which gets you a croissant and a coffee - but that's it!Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Rooms like a retirement home."
Room was old fashioned. In need of a re style to keep up with the other newer hotels. No iron in my room or tea and coffee making facilities. Stay at aria, or vidara.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Great value for an iconic Strip hotel!"
Only gripe was no 2 bedded room available on arrival as requested. Initial inconvenience of rollaway bed in cramped room on first night was resolved for rest of stay. Great pool, great location.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Great experience with some let downs"
Great accommodation and a great price as long as you avoid Saturday night and some of the hidden costs. Pool areas are luxurious and the whole experience is impressive if a little over the top. Two gripes spoil the experience. The first is the bizarre Internet policy by which they charge $30 dollar resort fee per night for pool, Gym and internet use […] but this only allows a single internet device to connect. Each subsequent device costs another $15 dollars so if you have a family of 4 all with tablets who want to connect then it would cost $60 per night. By contrast most $60 dollar a night motels offer free WiFi. If you wander across to the Venetian you get free WiFi even if you aren't staying there. The second gripe is the so called "Bed and Breajkfast" package. What this is in practice is a $9 credit per person at a coffee bar. This just about gets you a small coffee and a single pastry at a designated coffee bar which is far two small and under-staffed to deal with the number of guests allocated so there were queues waiting for over half an hour for this limited reward. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Very comfortable and clean rooms."
Lovely hotel and room. Very clean and definitely had the wow factor. The only downside was the organisation of the staff at breakfast - very long queues. The buffet wasn't as good as expected and expensive compared to Bellagio which was excellent. Friendly staff and great shops and restaurants. Best location on the strip.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Caesars Palace.....WOW you will be very impressed!"
Caesars Palace really is an amazing place. This was our first visit to USA and Vegas and boy what an experience. Vegas is Vegas, we can say no more. The Hotel made you feel very special and despite it being so big, we really felt comfortable. We were staying in hte Forum Tower which was luxury. The only 2 downsides were.... 1. the price of things in […] the Hotel. Do not hire a car here but rather hire it off site direct from either Thrifty or other. Caesars charge double. Also unless you favour and can afford shops like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Christain Louboutain etc there is only 1 shop with affordable prices and thats H&M. Shame. 2. Do not be fooled by offers of a free continental breakfast. You are allocated $18 PER ROOM not per person. We had 3 people staying in one room and taking into account US taxes and the cost of breakfast items, you couldn't even get a coffee and pastry each. Disgusting false promise. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"great hotel for couples"
The hotel was stunning room was spotless and the bed was so comfortable staff were very helpful maids came in every day to replace towelsGenuine Expedia guest review
"Epitome of Vegas"
Wonderful environment to stay in. This hotel is vast and provides many things for guests.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Loved Caesers Palace!"
Great hotel and a great location on the strip. We got a really good rate and the staff were wonderful, we got a room upgrade when we arrived, and check out only took 5 minutes. We stayed at The Wynn last time which is more expensive, but I would always stay at Caesers now.Genuine Expedia guest review
try and upgrade if possible - roman towers are a bit old, had the worst view from a room have ever had, was a busy Friday so so many people and found it pretty expensive, breakfast was $49 plus tax and service ....Genuine Expedia guest review
"Great Hotel and location."
A really good stay at an excellent hotel. Was not let down by the standard of this hotel. Only downside was although it included breakfast in the roomrate, you only got an $18 allowance per couple and that only bought 2 pastries1 coffee and 1 orange juice.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
My best friend and I stayed in the Forum Tower during the second part of June for one week. I have to say our experience was fantastic. Ceasars Palace was an amazing hotel with awesome pools, very spacious room with modern interior and exceptionally clean. One of our Ceasars Palace dressing gowns went missing after our room was cleaned one day and once […] I had informed reception, they sent 2 new ones straight away. My friend had a very painful blister on the bottom of her foot one night after a lot of walking and I called reception to ask for some antiseptic wipes and a plaster and they sent a medic up to our room with the first aid required. He checked my friend over and advised us what was best to do. We did not see any charge for this service on our bill at the end of our stay. We used the concierge for a helicopter trip to the grand canyon and again, the staff were very helpful and explained all details thoroughly to us. 24hr bar and restaurant in the check in area was also very good and staff again very friendly. Great stay, would definitely go back. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Nice stay for a week of fun and business"
Quick and easy stay, rooms were clean and well presented. Helpful and good staff at checkin.Genuine Expedia guest review
"OK if you like Vegas"
For Vegas it was ok, but we did not enjoy the Vegas experience. Too big - staff offhand. Everything geared to making money.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Great hotel & location"
Excellent Location on The Strip. We stayed in the Roman Tower. Check-in staff was not overly friendly. Very large room overlooking the pool. The bed was very comfortable. The room was dated and it showed. There were cracks in the bathroom tiles and walls. Very old style TV. For what we paid I did expect a more modern room. The hotel should include free […] wifi in the rooms considering the resort fee you have to pay. However the room was quiet and clean. I could not smell smoke anywhere in the hotel. The resort is rather expensive, but then again it is Vegas. Fantastic swimming pool. Will definitely stay here again. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Good room at a good price."
The hotel is obviously very good. There are some slight annoyances though as you have to walk through the casino, and the smokers smog, to get to the car parking and haul the the bags...or have to get the car then get the bell boy service...all of which takes more time then simply letting people park under their tower...a day later and I realized that […] this is Vegas and that this is just how it is, why let people go where they want when you could route them via a few casinos and take them 30 mins instead of 10. On one of the journeys through other casinos it made us realize that Caesars Palace does not do the best job with smokers smoke. the prepaid breakfast was a complete waste of time and was miles away from our tower. The buffet dinner was very very good. The buffet breakfast looked awesome and would likely see you through to dinner. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"Heavenly stay at Caesars"
Theresa at reception was exceptional and started what can only be described as a superb 3 nights in CaesarsGenuine Expedia guest review
"Very nice hotel"
Only thing ,if offered free continental breakfast,the allowance given covers only coffee,and the only food offered is a pastry,which takes you over your allowance,so it's not a free breakfastGenuine Expedia guest review
Very comfortable room. Thought price of a cup of tea in room was high. Public rooms and hallways were most interesting. Great atmosphere. Staff so friendly and helpfull. Queue in the morning for cup of coffee and a danish at Java Coast to be seen to be believed. Gentleman in a suit did his best to reduce queue. To no avail! Hotel is huge and fairly […] well signposted although we did get lost on occasion. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
"The Good, the Bad, the Ugly and the Smoke"
Very disappointed. We visited 23 years ago and decided to return for our 25 wedding anniversary with our two children. Big mistake.We stayed in the Roman Tower. Dated and limited facilities in the room. The rooms were small and lack amenities. The hotel was too busy for the staff to cope so you had to face queues for everything like the buffet, 2 hours, […] reception, car parking and pool towels. Getting a drink at the bar was very slow. The hotel allows smoking in areas apart from dining, so as soon as you leave a dinning area you are hit with smoke. The hotel needs a no smoking zone for everything and not just for food. Sorry to say we made a mistake staying at C.P it was over priced 5 star for 3 star quality, very over rated. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Ceasar's is ideally located, right in the middle of the strip. There is free parking space, however a long walk from reception. If you are lucky, you can benefit from extra options like valet parking or an upgraded room like we had (palace tower vs roman tower). Nevertheless, be always aware that for some things like internet, late check out, drinks, […] etc. they charge you way out of proportion amounts. If you are aware of that, apart from Bellagio or MGM Grand I would not imagine a better place to stay in Vegas / on this planet! Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Great Hotel, but still long way behind The Wynn"
Great hotel as expected, but having visited Las Vegas for over twenty years, this was the first hotel I have stayed at where the Valet Parking was full and not available to guests staying at the hotel (evening of Sun 23rd and daytime on Mon 24th June). The resort credit of $9 per person for breakfast did not cover a pastry and medium coffee and the […] only place it could be used was a small cafe which took around 30 mins to serve a coffee :( The resort fees are a little too expensive ($28 per night) and only entitle you to connect one device to the in-room Wi-Fi. Overall a decent place to stay, but not a patch on the Wynn / Encore Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
My first trip to vegas and this hotel made the experience one to remember Everything is geared to make your stay enjoyable. the staff were so helpful. I think all hotel managers should go there to understand what customer service means.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Its Vegas - might as well go big!"
A huge hotel with a lot to offer!! My room booking was messed up unfortunately which was disappointing. All levels of service across the hotel ranged from average to excellent. Busy and noisy environments on occasion but its Vegas! Overall looking at the other hotels on the Strip, Caesar's Palace is a good pick both from a comfort and facilities point […] of view. Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
We previously stayed at Caesars some five years ago and enjoyed the quality of service and professionalism of the staff. Since then in my view Caesars has gone downhill, previously the check in was a snake type line which enabled a quick and efficient check in, now they operate a system of pick a line, if you are unfortunate enough to get behind a awkward […] customer as we were then you can end up watching others who arrived after you checking in first, a situation which did not happen the snake line system, the other thing was the loud music blaring out which made trying to understand the check in clerk very difficult. We also found our check in clerk not very helpful , he didn’t bother to read our room preferences and was only interested in getting us booked in and out of the way. The pool areas although still great can get overcrowded, the result of adding to new towers. When we checked out we were told we had to pay $28 per day “Resort Fees”, whatever that is, apart from the pools anyone from anywhere can use all of Caesars facilities and they are not charged these fees, it’s just a scam to get more money off you. Overall Caesars is a nice not great hotel in a great location on the strip, it’s lost it’s way as a Hotel/Casino and we will stay somewhere else next time we're in Vegas. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
Ceaser's is a great Hotel with great pools... We stayed in the Nobu Hotel which were newly renovated to a very high spec and very comfortable. The only poor point was the room view so make sure you ask for a high floor. Great location on the strip.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
Good sized room, excellent bathroom. Window faced onto another wall, could only see a small amount of sky and a lot of air conditioning pipes. We feel that when booking a room you should be informed if this is what you are going to get. Be aware there may be a long walk from room to car park, it took us 20 minutes.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
We were very disappointed with Caesars Palace. We arrived at 7.30 PM and found our room was not ready, this after 20 hours travel!! Many others things went wrong with our stay, mostly the hotel trying to the hotel trying to charge us for things we had not had. They have tried to blame things on Hotels.com/Expedia. One of the reservations managers said […] that they tell all their customers not to use your company's. I would be interested in your view point on this? On check out they presented me with a bill of $224, after pointing out their mistakes this was reduced to $71, they were encouraging me to use the express check out, I can now see why. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Smoky and a bit dated but great location"
We had 2 nights here. First time in Vegas, and we found Caesar's was right in the centre of it all. The forum hotel shops attached are a fab place to wander and get a drink or some food. We stayed in the roman tower which was a bit tired to be honest and it doesn't smell super fresh either. The hotel did come and freshen it up with a machine but couldn't […] move us due to occupancy. It was otherwise very comfortable. We were really put off that you can still smoke indoors in the casino in this hotel. Also be aware that when it says breakfast included- they mean you can queue up at a coffee counter to purchase either a pastry/yoghurt/fruit. +drink up to 18 dollars for two. It's likely you will need to pay over this even just for a coffee and muffin. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Outstanding customer service"
This hotel exceeded our expectations. From the friendly and ever-helpful service to the excellent condition and upkeep of the hotel.... Just WOW. We were upgraded from the Palace tower to the Octavius tower (don't be shy - ask and you just might receive!), and our room was lovely: quiet, good view of the pool, not too far from the elevator but not right […] next to it either (room 5857). We ordered room service one night and it was good, plentiful and well presented. The staff are all brilliant, whether they be helping you with your bags or serving drinks by the pool. The casino and shopping areas had a nice upmarket feel to them. There's also a good variety of pools to choose from (we spent most of our time by the Apollo pool as it was quieter and not freezing cold!) Overall I cannot recommend this hotel highly enough - and we are definitely going back! Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
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